Officials of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), responsible for the Deadly Riverchase Galleria Thanksgiving Shot, confirmed a meeting took place Friday between the agency and the lawyers representing Emantic “EJ” Bradford’s family.
According to reports, ALEA shared a portion of the video of shooting during a meeting between Bradford’s family professors and district attorneys Danny Carr and Lynnece Washington.
ABC 33/40 asked about the reported display of the video, and ALEA Public Information Officer Robyn Bradley Bryan responded with the following statement:
“ALEA / SBI requested a meeting with the Bradford family held in the afternoon Friday 30 November, which is the normal procedure for all SBI deaths and / or officer-related investigations of mortal power. Attorney Benjamin Crump, Rodney Barganier and Frankie Lee were present on behalf of the Bradford family. District Attorneys Danny Carr and Lyniece Washington were also present. agrees with all parties present that the content of the meeting is kept confidential. In respect of the Bradford family to be faithful to its word, ALEA will continue to honor this agreement. “
This meeting comes as the latest developments since a judge ordered prosecutors for to give suspicious first shooter Erron Brown’s defense team with evidence of what led to the deadly mall shooting. The order does not mention video, but Brown’s lawyer said the evidence may contain it.